Tag: Constantine

Constantine Review: “Waiting for the Man”

Constantine

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You can tell everyone behind Constantine was hoping for more than a 13 episode order, as “Waiting for the Man” feels too crowded and clunky, slightly rushed, and lacks the real punch of a season finale. Here’s hoping the idea to rebrand the show as Hellblazer and put it on Syfy comes true, because if this ends up being the series finale, it just doesn’t do what has become a rather enjoyable show justice. Continue reading “Constantine Review: “Waiting for the Man””

Constantine Review: “A Whole World Out There”

Gotham

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As has been the trend, episodes where John Constantine is paired with an old friend involved with the Newcastle incident have markedly been among the best this show has to offer. “A Whole World Out There” thankfully doesn’t buck that trend thanks to its somewhat unique take on slasher horror and the return of Ritchie Simpson (Jeremy Davies). Continue reading “Constantine Review: “A Whole World Out There””

Constantine Review: “Quid Pro Quo”

Constantine

Spoiler Review

There’s definitely some “Quid Pro Quo” between the show and its audience in this episode, finally revealing the secret behind Chas’ seemingly immortality, filling in his background, and squaring John off against a powerful mage. It’s not all great, but it’s certainly a fun ride.
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Constantine Review: “The Saint of Last Resorts” Part 2

Constantine

Spoiler Review 

Picking up from the midseason finale’s cliffhanger, “The Saint of Last Resorts” Part 2 shows just how far Constantine is willing to go in this fight against the rising darkness’ Brujeria, and more importantly, who’s willing to stand beside him. Continue reading “Constantine Review: “The Saint of Last Resorts” Part 2″

Constantine Review: “The Saint of Last Resorts” Part 1

Constantine

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The midseason finale of Constantine, “The Saint of Last Resorts” Part 1, introduced us to another member of the Newcastle crew, the mysterious group after Zed came out of the shadows, and we gained some very important information about who or what is causing the rising darkness. Continue reading “Constantine Review: “The Saint of Last Resorts” Part 1″

Constantine Review: “A Feast of Friends” (with bonus reviews)

Gary and John

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While I’ve been watching since its premiere, I’ve not gotten around to writing any reviews for Constantine, instead focusing on a few other shows. One of them hasn’t been as good as Constantine (cough Gotham cough) so I’ve decided to prioritize reviews for this one instead. Below contains my full review of “A Feast of Friends,” an episode which secures Constantine‘s status as a great new show, plus mini-reviews (Kessel Run reviews, as I like to call them) of the first three episodes.

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